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Grateful Acres Productions Presents: Crippled But Free & Hexbelt!! Come out to one of the best spots for live music in York, PA. This is sure to be a very special night as we welcome Crippled But Free and York's own Hexbelt to the stage. Many special treats in store including ticket giveaways for Celebration of Life II at the end of May. Crippled But Free is a 6 piece electric ensemble of veteran Harrisburg area musicians playing tribute to the music of the Grateful Dead ... stealing faces and turning heads all over Central PA, often playing to crowds of 200 or more and sharing festival bills with the likes of New Riders of the Purple Sage, Melvin Seals & JGB, Juggling Suns, and many others. Featuring Mike Banks on lead guitar & vocals, Aaron Daniel Gaul on guitar & vocals, Fred Pellegrini on keyboards & vocals, Jeremy Pierce on bass, and Travis Warlow & Jim Aguzzi on drums … if you love the Dead, check them out! www.reverbnation.com/crippledbutfree And of course York staple Hexbelt! Hexbelt has the ability to cut across political, social, and economic boundaries to reach the masses. A peer in a crowd at a Hexbelt show would reveal a cross section of society, with baby boomers, neo-hippies, punks, blue collars, yuppies and the like; all jamming together as one. Hexbelt truly is a unique band in an age of increasingly generic modern music. http://www.hexbelt.org/Save
Sounds Like: Keller Williams, Grateful Dead, Phish, Allman Brothers Band
Bio: Aaron Daniel Gaul, known to many as ADG, is an accomplished songwriter, musician and performer, writing music and performing on stage for a quarter century in venues across the country. Along with a bounty of multi-genre original music he also covers a wide variety of musical influences from acro...See Full Bio
Aaron Daniel Gaul (ADG) has a show on 03/05/2015 at 08:00 PM @ The Abbey ... in Harrisburg, PA http://www.reverbnation.com/q/5ms1ar #concert
“Aaron Daniel Gaul loops his audience into an invigorating trance that leaves the most performance savvy critic with his jaw on the floor.”